6th Annual Meeting of the Leibniz PostDoc Network

This is a guest post by our newly elected spokeswomen Dr. Marta Fereira Gomes (DRFZ) and Dr. Mine Altinli (BNITM). Our Leibniz Postdoc Network had its 6th Annual Meeting on 16th and 17th of November achieving a record participation. After a short introduction by our spokesperson Marta Ferreira-Gomes (DRFZ), the first day started with Dr.Continue reading “6th Annual Meeting of the Leibniz PostDoc Network”

The second Leibniz PostDoc Survey is open for participation

Participants of the Leibniz PostDoc Network and followers of our Blog or on Twitter might be aware that the working group “WG1 PostDoc Survey” is busy double-jobbing: Firstly, we are close to finalizing the “Report of the first Leibniz PostDoc Survey”, which we hope will be published towards the end of this year. Stay tunedContinue reading “The second Leibniz PostDoc Survey is open for participation”

Open call: new blog series highlighting research of Leibniz postdocs

UPDATE 12-03-2021: We have now closed the call and we are currently preparing the interviews. Stay tuned! Dear Leibniz Postdocs, one of the main goals of the Leibniz Postdoc Network is to raise the profile of postdocs working at the institutes of the Leibniz Association. Since our inaugural meeting in 2017 we have worked towardsContinue reading “Open call: new blog series highlighting research of Leibniz postdocs”

Communication of Leibniz President Prof. Kleiner concerning the situation of early career scientists during the COVID-19 pandemic

Leibniz President Prof. Kleiner addressed a constructive statement to all Leibniz Institutes’ directors on 30 May 2020: Betreff: Zur Situation junger Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen aus den Leitungen der Leibniz-Einrichtungen, die Covid19-Pandemie und die Maßnahmen zu ihrer Eindämmung stellen uns alle vor ungewohnte Herausforderungen. Für junge Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler – und vorContinue reading “Communication of Leibniz President Prof. Kleiner concerning the situation of early career scientists during the COVID-19 pandemic”